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This Simple Hack from Japan Will Save Your Wet Books

It doesn't involve heat or cold air.
IMAGE Haluka Nohana

We found the solution to saving wet books and it's all thanks to Haluka Nohana. She's a Japanese artist, author, and illustrator of children's books who shared this simple hack accompanied by her kawaii illustrations on her Twitter account, @nohana_haluka. (via BoredPanda.com)

Step 1: Insert bond paper in between the wet pages.

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Step 2: Put something heavy on top of it, like a stack of books.

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Step 3: Replace the pieces of paper from time to time until it absorbs all the liquid from the pages.


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Now you won't have to buy a new one or deal with the dried up warped books!

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